A bomb blew up in a cafeteria at Hebrew University in Jerusalem Wednesday, killing at least seven people, police said. The Israeli government promised retaliation within hours.

But will retaliation continue the cycle of violence? Is peace a possibility in the Middle East? I'll sit down with Alon Pinkas, Israel's consul general in New York.

Plus, I'll get a complete report on the extent of today's terror attack from Haim Rabinowitch, vice president of Hebrew University.

Why has the Department of Justice begun a probe into the accounting practices of AOL? AOL Time Warner vice chairman Ted Leosis weighs in.

I'll ask Teresa Loar, chair of the Kansas City Council Aviation Committee, if the government turned its back on Vanguard Airlines.

Could your attitude affect the economy? Ann Marie Sabath, founder of At Ease Inc. and author of Business Etiquette: 101 Ways to Conduct Business with Charm and Savvy, explains.

And, are we headed for a double dip recession? Treasury official Richard Clarida and Rob Stein, managing partner of Astor Asset Management, join the debate.

We'll have these stories and more!

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